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"THE MIRROR 



SEEDS OF CHANGE 




Table of 




Contents 







1 Dedication 


2 


Lifers 


4 


All School Events 


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^ Arts 


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^^ Seeds and Roots 


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y Sports 


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r Clubs 


68 


Advisories 


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Class Pages 


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Senior Pages 


122 


Ads 


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Table of Contents 1 




Dedication 



Ms. Cindy Hooper 





For 21 years, Cindy Hooper has worn more hats than any other member 
of the North Shore community. She has taught, coached and managed 
activities for both Middle and Upper School students. In her capacity 
as Director of Operations, she has not only run the Summer Camp 
every year, but she has also worked behind-the-scenes to ensure that 
faculty, staff and students have what they need to get their work done. 
Without her, the renovation of the Upper School would not have been 
possible. From coordinating the design and planning the renovation, to 
the move in — and out — of the temporary classrooms in the modular 
units, to the actual construction of the building, Ms. Hooper put in 
countless hours and stayed focused on making the process go as 
smoothly as possible for the whole community. By helping the school 
grow both physically and in terms of what we are able to accomplish 
each day, Ms. Hooper embodies our theme of "Seeds of Change." We 
would like to show our appreciation by dedicating the 2011-2012 
Mirror to her. 

Thank you, Ms. Hooper! 



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GROWING TOGETHER 

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WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE„ 

"...a princess." 
"...a doctor like my doctor, Dr. Fred." - Emma Coiman 

- Grace Flickinger 



"...a mommy, so I can play with my babies." 

-Jeannie Peters 

"...a grown-up." 

- Aleda Deuble 

.1 might be a princess, but I don't really know." 

- Cassi Formolo 




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Front Row: Thandi Steele, Sydney Gerbel, Chiara Conze, Mia Lecinski, Aidan Mitts, Aliana Velick. Second Row: Sarah 
Lumberg, Molly Ledden, Samantha Weinberg, Kristina Butler, Lea-Sophie Conze, Margaret Tabb, Addie Rohrbach, Gwen 
Balusek, Beth Balusek. Back Row: Coach Freeman, Kelly Zabors, Annika DuPuis, Vivienne Falls, Morgan Harney, Allyson 
Vaughn, Olivia Reed, Claire Gupta, Coach McQuer. 




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: ront Row: SarahVrotny, Kaleigh Richards, Anita Graef, Malini Valliath, Hannah Bottum, Quinnyata Bellows, Jenny Reinsdorf. 
second Row: Amy Issacson, Becca Slotkin, Meg Airey, Kaitlyn Johnson, Stephanie Curley, Morgan Mostrom, Sara Hondmann, 
losselyn Hernandez. Back Row: Coach Keporos, Coach Miner, Annie Murnighan, Nina Schield, Mayree Nolan, Paige Jendrisak, 
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Front Row: Trenton Bismonte, Donald Stricklin, Chris Molzahn, Jack Scullion, Thomas McDowell, Andersen Formolo, Fritz Souder. 
Second Row: Richard Santi, Lewis Simon, Andrew Potter, Jack Souder, Dylan Cotter, Robbie Bay, Owen Hiland, Evan Airey, Roy 
Walker. Third Row: Coach Oelerich, Briggs Wright, Pierce Hourihane, Tommy McHugh, Bernie Sander, Nick Rusher, Nate 
Kaplan, Coach Huynh. Back Row: Michael Volenti, Matt Kann, Chris Mendes, Ryan Nolan, Charlie Filip, Olivier Alexandre, 
Brendan Doyle, Matt Morette, Marcus Duquette. 




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Front Row: Ryan Corboy, Ian Talty, Gus Murray, Matt Filip, Danny Young, Carson Conlon, Matt Cook, Michael Morette, Wil 
Case. Second Row: Alexander Mitchell, Coach Miller, Coach Huynh, Coach Deuble, Coach Oelerich, Coach Hahnstadt, Coach 
Mangana, Liam Ouweleen. Third Row: Ted Airey, Kemani Hunter, Kendrick Hales, Ayo Okesanya, Jonathan Segal, Ilia 
Labkovsky, Justin Savin, Clayton Cottingham, Marshall Hales, Manny Gonzalez. Fourth Row: Gagan Bhambra, Ian Meyer, Zach 
March, Jake Kann, Carlos Hunter, George Eisner, Stephen Smith, Elias Butler, Carl Anderson. Back Row: Austin Curren, Sam 
Akainyah, Nolen Miller, James Lovett, Julian Graef, Joel Hylton, Sam Tullman, Peter MacCarthy. 




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Front Row: Jessica Hourihane, Emma Flannery, Rachel Schapiro, Annie Tobey, Tess Considine, Hannah Fortier, Caroline Keehn, 
Tyson Frucci. Second Row: Katie Karmin, Reese Formolo, Lindsay Getz, Valerie Kirtley, Gabi Montembeault, Emily Powers, 
Carlotta Smalla, Hannah Przybylo, Sophie Hiland, Nina Volenti, Alicetierney Prindiville-Porto. Back Row: Coach Coons, 
Meaghan Lanctot, Megan Trott, Sydney Kowalski, Margaret Chandler, Tala Glass, Cara Bondurant, Abby Gifford, Julianna 
Horn, Meggie Richter, Nell Van Schaack, Coach Harrigan. 




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Front Row: Anna George, Hayun Cho, Rachel York, Valerie Jaharis, Ali Palmer, Debbie Newmark, Charlotte Mokdessi, Mackenzie Nolan, 
Alissa Nolan. Second Row: Anna Schmidt, Safia Vohra, Darling Kittoe, Julie Block, Annie Kroll, Hannah Lumberg, Charlotte Hayward, Addie 
3all. Third Row: Claire McCarthy, llhana Redzovic, Katherine Chandler, Lizzy Gendell, Sydney Shafer, Heather Mabie, Stephanie Chandler, 
Claire Sontheimer, Tonia Piergies, Rory Kelly, Jeannie Peters. Back Row: Coach Wellstein, Rachel Mabie, Aleda Deuble, Blair Francke, 
3race Flickinger, Kelly MacFarland, Danielle Mulligan, Melissa Ostroff, Kelly McKnight, Kim Kahnwelier, Coach Rothschild. 




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Front Row: Brad O'Connor, Braden Adamson-Tate, Hilton Prewitt, Brent Rolfes, Govind Menon, Benjamin Silverman, Bert Getz. i 
Second Row: Quigg Veach, Ben Potter, Ethan Ramaly, Ethan Widlansky, Andrew Conlon, Will O'Connor, Adam Chiang, Carter 
George, Max Barr. Back Row: Coach Kohn, Will Murnighan, Connor Watrous, Tyler Barr, Firouz Niazi, Will Lawler, Christian 
Charnas, Henry Young, Maurits Hondmann, Charlie Hansell, Coach Gasparotto. 




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Front Row: Alex Karmin, Gordie Rohrbach, Cameron Macpherson, Cameron Chung, Daniel Kwon, Alex Vasiliou, Manny 
Hodzic. Second Row: Coach Kletzien, Cristian Botezat, Austin Williams, Daniel Thomas, Jamie Swimmer, Will McClanahan, 
Michael Mollerus, Evan Kaspi, Declan Falls, Coach Richey. Back Row: Floris Hondmann, Brady Webb, Patrick White, Colan 
Biemer, Max Chung, Dylan Ball, Patrick McClanahan, Tim Morette, Riley Hall. 









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Front Row: Shea Dettling, Nicholas David, Patrick Lanctot, Skip Wiltshire-Gordon, Jake Lesnik. Second Row: Ellery Gitkin, 
Daniel Viellieu, Vaibhav Anand, Jon Green, Andrew Case, Sam Reategui, Garret Rasmus. Back Row: Coach Bach, Nick 
McCall, Ben Goren, Andrew Blechman, Jack Volenti, David Blechman, Andrew Bedford, Will Skinner, Coach Bosco. 




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Front Row: Michelle Cho, Veera Anand, Rebecca Kirtley, Simone Bergsrud. Second Row: Abby Trorf, Audrey Schield, 
Madison Morgensai, Sophia Mondi, Caroline Abrams, Josie Santi. Back Row: Coach Ghazal, Annie Morris, Jori Horberg, 
Morgan Richards, Annie Kane, Sarah Metz, Coach Ruddock. 




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Front Row: Tess Weiner, Hanna Cunningham, Carlos Angeles, James Robinson, Kayla Robinson, Caitlin Adamson. Second 
Row: Andrew Rice, Matt Griffin, Rebecca Reategui, Hannah Klaeser, Jessica Qiao, Danny Schur, John McHugh. Back Row: 
Coach Block, Zak Nelson, Quinn Gray, Will Curren, Nick Deng, Jack Kelly, David Wilson, Jackson Lubin, Coach Dachille. 




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Front Row: Emily George, Hannah Przybylo, Cara Bondurant, Gobi Montembeault, Addie Rohrbach, Lexy Cook. 

Back Row: Coach Freeman, Meggie Richter, Sarah Lumberg, Crea Taylor, Meaghan Lanctot, Morgan Harney, Coach Kohn. 




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ront Row: llhana Redzovic, Amanda Tazioli, Kim Kahnweiler, Alex Barker, Becca Slotkin. 

lack Row: Coach Scannell, Safia Vohra, Simone Bergsrud, Claire McCarthy, Tonya Piergies, Annie Kroll, Coach Timmins- 

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Front Row: Andrew Potter, Roy Walker, Adam Chiang, Evan Airey, Richard Santi, Dylan Cotter. Second Row: Nick Rusher, 
Pierce Hourihane, William Lawler, Henry Young, Christian Charnas, Ben Potter, Briggs Wright, Tommy McHugh. Third Row: 
Coach Oelerich, Coach Medhurst, William Murnighan, Connor Watrous, Charlie Filip, Tyler Barr, Peter Weiser, Bernie 
Sander, Coach Callahan. Fourth Row: Cameron Dehmlow-Dunne, Matt Morette, Chris Mendes, Ryan Nolan, Maurits 
Hondmann, Matt Kann, Brendan Doyle, Michael Volenti. 




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•ont Row: Jamie Swimmer, Max Chung, Brandon Wilson, Matt Touhy, Michael Jaharis. 
ack Row: Coach Stennis, Floris Hondmann, Austin Curren, Riley Hall, Jake Bruce, Tim 
torette, Coach Smith. 




ront Row: Cameron Macpherson, Jake Lesnik, Gus Murray, Marshall Hales, Cam 
;hung, Gordie Rohrbach, Ryan Corboy. Back Row: Coach Stennis, Will McClanahan, 
ackson Lubin, Ted Airey, Kemani Hunter, Justin Savin, Ian Meyer, Alex Karmin, Coach 
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Kindergarten 







Front Row: Alexa Hughes, Julian Miller, Daisy Stone, Mariah Drake, Colin Casey, Charlotte Ake, Lucy Skinner, Quintin Bar, 
Elodie Watrous. Back Row: Mrs. Irvin, Maxwell Brewer, Brock Dietz, Charlie Ver Eecke, Tom Clayden, Mandarin Wallace, 
Liam Gallaga, Gareth Widlansky, Razaan Ghazi, Mrs. Lord. Not Pictured: Brigid Bachman. 





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Front Row: Mariel Flickinger, Ryan Schuering, Carissa Schultz, Isabelle Ornstein, Geoffrey Flickinger, Smith Flickinger. Second 
Row: Isabel Morgan, Connor Gray, Aram Dombalagian, Hudson Bluhm, Leif Steele, Brody Dowd. Third Row: Danielle Richter, 
Tessa Adamson-Tate, Owen Leesch, Finnegan Junkermann, Katie Eckersley. Back Row: Mrs. Shuldiner, Thacher McCoy, Jack 
Fortson, Bo Stevenson, Colin Gupta, Johannes Fiegl, Henry Richter, Ms. Garnett. 




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Front Row: Jack Worth, Owen Conlon, Junnah Quraishi, Avery Brock, Jordan Williams, Jackson Macejko, Ellia Yarandi, 
Chloe Watrous, Isaiah Thompson, Luke Avedisian, Hud Frucci. Back Row: Ms. Herndon, Mary Clare Parmer, Thomas Gavin, 
Matthew Greenstein, Carter Smirl, Evan Fortier, Michael Olatunji, Buckly Oelerich, Hadley Ake, Zoe Rosenstock, Louise 
Prindiville-Porto, Ms. Watson. 




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Front Row: Tommy Flickinger, Margie Blair, Dominic Frucci, Sam Ledden, Robert Hansell, Natalie Richter, Jibraan Ghazi, Levi 
Velick, Parker Dietz. Second Row: Brody Rountree, Cassidy Healy, Hattie Souder, Liliana Green, Molly Biggs, Sam 
Junkermann, Sarah Beth Sommer, Eliza Widlansky. Back Row: Mrs. Potempa, Jack Hunt, Nick Porter, Christopher Johnson, 
Jamie Andren, Juliet Ainsley, Ryan Dowd, Laura Marshall, Lily Ainsley, Anna Ristic, Ellie Stevenson, Mrs. Wellstein. Not 
Pictured: Zander Khan. 




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Front Row: Eleanor Winkler, Olivia Theodosakis, Mica Glass, Aris Chalkias, Ian George, Claudia Fiegl, Christopher 
Schuering, Caroline Hagerty. Second Row: Zinzi Steele, Quinn Turilli, Lauren Castleman, Taline Dombalagian, Tyler Nolan, 
Charlie Loeb, Sara Jayne Gray, Madhav Menon. Back Row: Mrs. Gavigan, Alexander Freiburger, Halvorson Phillips, Rachel 
Olatunji, Denis Healy, Han Friedman, George Dowd, Samuel Roszak, Ryan Zabors, Ella Ristic, Mr. Green. 




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Front Row: Gerald Leesch, Nate Barr, Ellen Flannery, Brooke Avedisian, Sebby Biggs, Eloise Richardson, Emily Loeb, Allie 
Charnas, Emilie Duquet, Phoebe Casey. Second Row: Sofia Simon, Phoevos Chalkias, Connor Falls, Alexandra Morgan, 
Joshua Velick, Emmett Bluhm, Rachel Sontheimer, Evan Fedin. Back Row: Ms. Rasmussen, Paul Prindiville-Porto, Kevin Duffy, 
Sevana Dombalagian, Lachlan Getz, Trey Hunt, Emma Smirl, Elise Gupta, Julia Fortier, Lena Smalla, Mr. Roth. 




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Front Row: Catherine Nowak, Meg Aki, John Karis, Micaela Montembeault, Bowie Frucci, Tori Blair, Matt Bay, Max Marshall, 
Olivia Whitmore, Frankie Sobel. Second Row: Robert Wright, Lydia Lane, Ethan Watrous, Duncan Appelbaum, Rachel Block, 
Samantha Jaffe, Caroline Rice, Maya Valliath, Lauren Zabors, Paula Fiegl, Grace Parmer. Back Row: Ms. Keporos, Mrs. 
Scannell, Charles Taylor, Malcolm Hansell, Betsey Freiburger, Liam Junkermann, Halley Seed, Katie Nolan, Caroline Lommer, 
Anna Roszak, Gavin Cotter, Eno Dynowski, Ms. Prouty. 




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My favorite day was the day of the pep rally 
because I loved how the field hockey team did 
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god and goddess day, leadingjhe 
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My favorite day of 5th 
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our first letters from our 
Chinese pen pals because 
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- Grace Parmer 



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Front Row: Annie Tobey, Grace Scullion, Mia Lecinski, Rachel Schapiro, Donald Stricklin, Christian Tingle, Govind Menon, Chiara Conze, 
Aidan Mitts, Trenton Bismonte. Second Row: Ms. Ritchey, Jessica Hourihane, Sophie Hiland, Brad O'Connor, Benjamin Silverman, Chris 
Molzahn, Braden Adamson-Tate, Sydney Gerbel, Bert Getz, Jordan Catstleman, Haniya Ghazi. Third Row: Aliana Velick, Nina Volenti, 
Thomas McDowell, Alicetierney Prindiville-Porto, Max Barr, Fritz Souder, Nate Kaplan, Owen Hiland, Ethan Widlansky. Back Row: Mr. 
Gutierrez, Mrs. Alkemade, Richard Austin, Margaret Chandler, Thandi Steele, Abby Gifford, Gabe Halaby, William O'Connor, James 
Karnezis, Quigg Veach, Viv Falls, Kristina Butler, Jack Souder, Ms. Domingueaz, Ms. Walsh. Not Pictured: Clayton Durning. 




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Front Row: Richard Santi, Andrew Potter, Hannah Fortier, Amy Muslin, Emily George, Tess Considine, Hilton Prewitt, Carter George, Jack 
Scullion, Dylan Cotter, Katie Karmin, Tyson Frucci, Emma Flannery. Second Row: Pierce Hourihane, Bernie Sander, Briggs Wright, Evan Airey, 
Kelly Zabors, Hannah Przybylo, Lea Conze, Samantha Weinberg, Annika Weinberg, Roy Walker, Adam Chiang, Gabi Montembeault, Robbie 
Bay, Lewis Simon, Ethan Ramaly, Andrew Conlon, Carlotta Smalla, Meggie Richter, Lexy Cook, Caroline Keehn, Mr. Kubacki. Back Row: Mr. 
Leesch, Sarah Lumberg, Matt Kann, Will Murnighan, Peter Weiser, Molly Ledden, Meaghan Lanctot, Charlie Hansell, Firouz Niazi, Connor 
Watrous, Nick Rusher, Nell Van Schaack, Morgan Harney, Thomas McHugh, Ms. Coons. 





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Front Row: Ms. Schinleber, CJ Charnas, Lindsay Getz, Andersen Formolo, Addie Rohrbach, Valerie Kirtley, Antonia Theodosakis, Reese 
Formolo, Cade Frucci, Beth Balusek, Maurits Hondmann. Second Row: Will Lawler, Megan Trott, Gwen Balusek, Chris Mendes, Margaret 
Tabb, Julianna Horn, Brent Rolfes, Sydney Kowalski, Cara Bondurant, Charlie Filip. Third Row: Tyler Barr, Brendan Doyle, Ryan Nolan, Emily 
Powers, Tala Glass, Ben Potter, Henry Young, Philip Sobel, Mr. Block. Fourth Row: Matthew Morette, Michael Volenti, Marcus Duquette, Claire 
Gupta, Avery McCall, Allyson Vaughn, Chiara Lommer, Brian Cook, Olivier Alexandre, Ms. Specht. Back Row: Cameron Dehmlow-Dunne, 
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Abrams, Josh Hoeflich, Veb Anand, Andrew Case, Tonya Piergies, James Robinson, Hannah Lumberg, Ian Tally, Gus Murray, Matt Cook, Jake Lesnik, Jossy 
Hernandez, Liam Ouweleen. Third Row: Cameron Macpherson, Gordie Rohrback, Manuel Hodzic, Pactrick Lanctot, Alex Karmin, Andrew Blechman, Danny 
Young, Morgan Richards, Daniel Viellieu. Back Row: Stephanie Chandler, Sarah Metz, William McClanahan, Kayla Robinson, Michael Morette, James Lovett, 
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Cho, Rory Kelly, Veera Anand, Malini Valliath, Haley March, Ms. Castillo. Second Row: Cam Chung, Jack Colley, Jacob Hoeflich, Garrett 
Rasmus, Stephanie Curley, Alex Vasiliou,Madison Morgensai, Sarah Hondmann, Matt Griffin, Matt Filip, Charlotte Hayward, Sydney 
Shafer. Third Row: Mike Kann, Daniel Thomas, Ryan Fraleigh, John McHugh, Jack Volenti, Jessica Qiao, Alex Theodosakis, Rachel Li, 
Heather Mabie, Michael Mollerus, Katilyn Johnson, Annie Kane, Carson Conlon, Daniel Kwon, Will Case, Declan Falls, Carl Anderson. 
Back Row: Julian Graef, Clayton Cottingham, Shemar James, Ian Meyer, Quinn Gray, Kemani Hunter, Manny Gonzalez, Will Skinner, Ted 
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Amanda Tazioli, Alanna Peccia, Katherine Simmons, Rose Nelson, Zach March, Kelly McKnight, Rebecca Reategui, Mary 
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Cristi arrived all the 
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year as a junior. 
Cristi was a great 
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school, and he 
excelled on the 
soccer field and the 
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Black belts are white belts who never quit. 

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For time and the world 

do not stand still. 

Change is the law of 

life. And those who 

look only to the past or 

the present are certain 

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Men love to wonder, and that 
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Can't you see that it's just raining? 

There ain't no need to go outside. 

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policemen turning blind corners, and 
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sleepwalkers move toward the windows, 

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"The title of this photo is 'The End,' but the ending isn't what defines a season. It's 
the journey. It's putting up forty-two unanswered points against Alden-Hebron and 
beating them for the first time in ten years. It's our entire team eating cake on 
Rockford Christian's field after shutting them out. It's having the greatest 
homecoming win in school history. It's >. It's eating the damn sandwich. It's 
losing nine games four years ago and winning nine this year. Who cares what the 
ending is, I try to keep my entire playing career in perspective, and I'm content with 
it. The memories I have with all of you will stay with me for the rest of my life." 




"What's more is that this is only my ending. For most of you, there's still a final 
chapter or the beginning of a new football story in a new place. Do whatever 
you can to make that journey the best one, and to create new memories to go 
along with those you've experienced with me and the rest of your teammates. 
Forreston was my final hour, but for the rest of you, there's still a window for 
even greater success. Whether you choose to open that window or leave it shut 
is up to you, but I have a feeling that the majority of you want to see what's 
behind that glass and never have to feel that feeling of helpless defeat that I had 
felt for the majority of my life in football and one last time in Forreston. You 
have the opportunity, you just need to grab it, and I know all of you will." 

Raider Gang. Forever. 



1 3 8 Jack Eisner 




'Well-behaved women 
seldom make history." 




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"As birds' wings beat the 
solid air without which 
none could fly so words 
freed by the imagination 
affirm reality by their 
flight." 

- William Carlos Williams 




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If your time to you 

Is worth savin' 

Then you better start swimmin' 

Or you'll sink like a stone 

For the times they are a-changin 

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I'm ready to go anywhere, I'm ready for to fade 
Into my own parade, cas t your dancing spell 
I promise to go under it 
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Wherever they go, and whatever 
happens to them on the way, in that 
enchanted place on the top of the 
forest, a little boy and his Bear will 
always be playing. 
-Winnie the Pooh 




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People will tell you all the time: 

Life is a journey. 

But where are we going? 

Why? 

Who cares? 

It's interesting. It's eventful. It's fun. 

That's what keeps me going. 

It doesn't mean I don't like where I am now. 

I could be in the best place in my life and I'll still look forward to moving on. 

Because I'll always be wondering what the next place is like. 

Like a good book you just can't put down, 

I always look forward to what happens next. 

It could be better, it could be worse. 

Because what's the point in having a world as big and as interesting as this, 

If you barely get to see it? 




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I would like to thank all of the North Shore 

friends, teachers, and families who have 

helped me to stand where I am today. 

Wherever I go, I will always carry all you 

have given to me in my heart. 




Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are 
the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom. 

- Marcel Proust 



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They came to sit and dangle their feet off the edge 
of the world and forgot everything but the good 
and true things they would do someday. 
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"There are two educations. 
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make a living and the other 
how to live." 
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"Everyone has his day and 
some days last longer than 
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live like 
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step of the way, 
and I couldn't 
ask for 

anything more! 
Thank you to 
North Shore for 
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opportunities 
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Special thanks 
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Patch! 

Blaze Many Trails 

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We love you, 

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To Danielle: You've taught us many things throughout the years and 

reminded us that a rainy day is just a nice day without sun.... 

Congratulations on your graduation— we know that you will go on to 

accomplish many more great and beautiful things! 

With love, Mom and Dad, Lauren and Krista, and your loving grandparents 



Lottie: 

"On, and on you will hike, and I know you'll hike 
far, and face up to your problems, whatever they 
are. You'll get mixed up, of course, as you 
already know. You'll get mixed up with many 
strange birds as you go. So be sure when you 
step, step with care, and great tact, and 
remember that life's a great balancing act." 

-Dr. Seuss 

Thank you for being the best little Toto! 

I will miss you so much next year! 

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Congratulations Mary! 

We are so proud of you and all you have 

accomplished. It has been 13 wonderful years at 

North Shore. We know you will love the next four 

years at college. 

You are our star. ..both on stage and off!! 



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May you always be this happy! 
Congratulations and best of luck 
to you at Bucknell. 

xo r\J 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Kallie, and William 





Jack, wishing you the happiness of an ocean breeze at 
your back, sand between your toes, and a bit of sun in 
your eyes. Live it up, man. 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Rory 



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My day begins when I see 

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Remember to always 

reach for your dreams 

and be yourself. 

I love you! Mom 



Congrats'. Enjoy the Rocky 

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Love you- David 




Aleda, remember the 

memories we have made.. 

Good luck and make more 

Love- Dad 




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To my little, blue-eyed, 

beautiful Winnetka beauty 

queen. I hope all your 

dreams come true. 

I love you -Gau Apa 





Aleda, you have always 
sought new challenges, 
one of the many things I 

love about you. 

Love -Gau RoRo 



What the daughter 
does, the mother did'. 



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Jeannie, 

ALL YOU REALLY NEED TO KNOW YOU 
LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN 

"These are the things [you] learned: 

Share everything. Play fair. Don't hit people. Put 
things back where you found them. Clean up your 
own mess. Don't take things that aren't yours. Say 
you're sorry when you hurt somebody. Wash your 
hands before you eat. Flush. Warm cookies and 
cold milk are good for you. Live a balanced life - 
learn, think, draw and paint. Sing, dance, play and 
work some every day. Take a nap every afternoon. 

When you go out in the world, watch out for 

traffic, hold hands and stick together. Be aware of 

wonder. Goldfish and hamsters and even white 

mice—they all die. So do we. And remember the 

Dick-and-Jane books and the first word you 

learned— the biggest word of all— LOOK." 



By Robert Fulghum 



Love, 



Mom, Dad, and Morgan 










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"Efforts and courage *V 

are not enough 

without purpose and 

direction." 

- John F. Kennedy 




Sam and 

Alexandra, 

Congratulations on 

your graduation. 

We are very proud 

of your 

achievements. 

Love Mum, Dad, 

Mitchell and 

Zachery 






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Dear Patrick, 

Looking at these photos, It's amazing 

to see how you've grown. The time has 

come to enter the next stage of your 

life. We are so proud of all you've 

done and we know this next chapter 

will be as amazing to watch. 



"Now is 
your time 
Mom 



"You have brains in your head. You 

have feet in your shoes. You can steer 

yourself any direction you choose. 

You're on your own. And you know 

what you know. And YOU are the one 

who'll decide where to go..." 

Dr.Suess, Oh, the Places You'll Go! 

We love you, 

Mom and Dad 







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Never a dull moment! 

Dear Grace, We are so proud of you and all of your accomplishments. 

You are a source of pure joy in our lives. The world is better because you are in it. 

Love infinity, Mom, Luke, Anna, Maddie, Olivia and George 









Rachel, 

'Life's a journey, not a destination." 

Enjoy the Ride! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Heather, Ross 

Josie and Murphy 




Congratulations ! 





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Jon, we are so proud of you! Next year will be the start of something new, bringing 

the hope of something great. Anything is possible. Make your days count. Dig deep. 

Dream big. Study hard. Persist. Trust. Believe in yourself. Have fun. And know that 

your family loves you, supports you, and will always be just a phone call away. 

Congratulations on an outstanding four years of high school! 

We love you honey - Mom & Dad 

Congratulations Little Brother; Keep 

up the good worki 

Love you bro - 

Chris 

Jon, good news! The aliens have told me that they no longer want to suck out 
your brain because it is too full from completing high school. Good job! Love, 

Alien Kelly (and Earthling Rob). 
P.S. Always keep hold of your towel! 

Congratulations! We are so proud of you and the person you have become. You will 

find that you are "graduating" more often in life. You aren't just graduating from high 

school, you are graduating to the next step in your life, toward more independence, 

graduating toward your dreams and goals. Your future lies before you and we have no 

doubt that you can do anything you set your mind to. So dream big, little brother. We 

love you! 
Love Candy, Gaby & Noah. 




So long, and thanks for all the fish. 



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TeiA, years at ns>ci>s>\\ 

Colan Biemer 





Always be yourself , 
unless you cat*, be 

Always be"E>atm,aiA, 




C0iA,grflts, 
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Congratulations, Max. 




Thanks for everything, North Shore 
Country Day School. 



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Beannie and E 




"We all are a little weird and life's a little weird, and when we find 

someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them 

and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love" -Dr. Seuss 




"You can always tell a real 

friend: when you make a fool 

of yourself she doesn't feel 

you have done a permanent 

job. " -Laurance Peter 






"A friend is one who knows 
all about you and likes you 
anyway." 
—■ -Christi Mary Warner 



"Friendship isn't about whom you have 

known the longest... It's about who came, 

and never left your side " -Unknown 





"Friendship is like wetting your pants, every one can see it, but only 
you feel the true warmth." We love you girls! ! J.A.L.M 



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Emma Darling! 




You have been our joy and our delight from the day you were born! 

We are so proud of all you have accomplished! 

We will be watching for your next act. 

All our Love, 
Mom, Dad, Stuart and Olivier 





I love you. 
-Cal 




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Just remember: it does get dark 

when you close your eyes, but 

I'm always available to sing you 

to sleep. Hug, Kiss, and a 

Noozle! Love, Emily 




I can't believe you are 

all grown up. 

Love, Erica 



Aleda, we are so proud of you! What a pleasure it has 

been to watch you grow into the lovely young woman 

you are today. We can't wait to hear about college. 

xoxo, j3enicio and Kerah 



Thanh you for making that effort to Know the world; I know you'll continue to 
learn what is good for you. We'll all be in better hands because of your passioi 
for knowledge and the environment. With love, Suzanne 
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What a great 14 

years at 

North Shore. 



fs. Never stop being 
Grace! 



Love you forever 

and always, 
Dad and Louise 








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Buckley and Dixie, 

Thank you for all the great memories we have 

made together! You've taught me so many 

important things, and without both of you in my 

life, I would not be the person I am today. You 

are like my little brother and sister, and I'm 

going to miss you so much next year! I can't wait 

to come back and visit and see how much 

you've grown. 

Buckley: I will never give up on my goal of 

beating you in the NFL memory game, without 

Dixie's help! 

Dixie: I will always look forward to getting the 

best haircut and mani-pedi from you! 

I love you both to the moon and back! 

-Aleda xoxo 



We are so proud of you! You 

are beautiful, kind, loving and 

intelligent. May you continue 

to achieve your goals and 

follow your dreams... 



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With gratitude to Pam Whalley 

and the wonderful faculty and staff of the Lower School, 

past and present, 

for shining your loving light on our son, 

for engaging his curiosity, 

and for shaping and framing his love of community. 

September 2005 - June 2012 



Congratulations, Eno! 

Let's see what challenges and mysteries await! 

All our love, 

Lonnie and Eric 

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Meg - We are so proud of all you've achieved, and excited at the opportunity 
you've created. Good luck at Emory! With love from. Dad, Mom, Ted and Evan 




Isabelle, 

We have had so much fun 
this year. Thanks for being 

the best buddy ever. 
Love, 

Rachel and Jeannie 



Congratulations Aleda! 




Love, 

Molly, Cy, 

Buckley, and Dixie 



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What would we do without you in our lives: 

You are more than just a cousin. You are a 

best friend and a sister to your Maya and 

Amelia and a huge part of our lives. We are 

so proud of you and the person you are 

becoming. We wish you all the best in your 

journey through college and your future. 

We look forward to continuing to somehow 

be a part of your life. 

All our love, 

Mmni, Steven, Maya and Amelia 



Congratulations Aleda'. 

We are very proud of you. Believe in 

your dreams and nothing can stand in 

your way. 

We love you'.'. 

Dennis, Wendy, Kyle and Corey 

m 

Dear Aleda, Congratulations'. I'll miss 

watching you playing field hockey and 

participating in track. Best wishes, Love D 




(go ccnRdetitfy in the 

direction cfycur dreams. 

JL.ive the fife you have imaained. 



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making the past four years possible. 

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Dear William (www), 





Congratulations on a great Freshman year! ! We are so proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 





Livvy, Congratulations on your graduation from Fifth Grade! 

Always remember these things: 

Pay Attention. 

Learn a lot. 

Behave. 

Don't get Swine Flu. 

And, eat your lunch. 

Love, Dad and Mom 



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Family 



Senior-JK Buddies 




8th Grade Graduation 



Congratulations Cassi! 

You Are Our Sunshine 

Keep Shining 

Love, Mom, Dad, Hayley, 

AJ and Reese 




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To the 2011-12 Boys Basketball Team: 

Congratulations on achieving the most 
successful season in North Shore's 92-year 
history by reaching the IHSA Final Four! 
WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU! 
- From your parents 



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Good Luck Seniors, Keep on Whooshing!! 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

to our Senior Yearbook Editors 

Annie Doge - Rachel Mabie - Aleda Deuble - Jeannie Peters 




THANK YOU 



for sharing your many talents, for your hours of hard work, and for your 

cheerful positive attitudes. 

We know you will thrive in college and beyond, but we will miss you ana! 

your country music, your obsession with warped photobooth pictures,^ 

and your salty senses of humor. Come back to visit often! 

Mr. C, Ms. It and Ms. P « 



NSFH, 




Congrats on another awesome 
season! 



4-peat! 



ISL CHAMPS '08, '09, '10, '11! 




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Mr. Jessen, 

Thanks for all you do to support the Mirror 
From your countless pictures to your 
extreme North Shore Raider Pride, we 
could not be more grateful. Thank you so 
much for everything! 

--Mirror Faculty Advisors, 
Editors, & Staff 




Mr. Curren, Mrs. Hilcmd, and Ms. Puccia, 

Thank you so much for being the best yearbook advisors we 
could have asked for! You have taught us so much about what 
it means to be leaders and the importance of working together. 
Despite the stress we faced with deadlines, you always found a 
way to help us work through it and prepare us for the next 
challenge. We will never forget all the times spent in our office 
on the third floor and how much fun you made yearbook! 
Thank you for making our last year as a part of the North 
Shore yearbook staff so memorable! We're going to miss you 
next year! 
-Rachel Mabie, Aleda Deuble, Jeannie Peters, and Annie Roge 



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Torrcy, you make me proud! 




Congratulations Graduate! 

The sky is the limit! 

XOXO, Mom and Dad 




Dear Aleda, 



You are my sunshine, my smiley sunshine 

You make me happy most every day 

You'll never know E, how much I'll miss you 

Please don't take my Aleda away 

You are the best buddy ever! I will miss 

you so much! 

Love, 

Lottie 



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